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DAILY PERSONAL NEWS J
Short Items of Interest From Fri- Y
day's Evening Journal
irUllam Grar of Havelock spent
Saadey with relatives in tbii city.
F. Heinrich and wife of Havelock
Tidied relatives in this city over Sun
day. John Carlson of Havelock was an
ar-Sunday visitor with relatives in
John Hockstrasser spent the day
la Omaha, where he was called on
Joe Hunter and wife of Havelock
were guests of friends In this city
P. C. Hanson returned to Omaha
yesterday afternoon after a visit with
relatives In this city.
II. It. Goring returned to Omaha
yesterday afternoon, having Sun
dayed with relatives here.
Frank Trlllty and wife of Have
lock spent Sunday with relatives in
W. F. Brlssey and wife and daugh
ter Mario went to Omaha this morn
ing to spend the day.
L. L. Patton of Omaha spent Sun
day with relatives in this city, re
turning last evening,
Mrs. Ruby Shlppley of South Om
aha spent Sunday with her parents,
Jesse Hlner and wife.
W. F. Newland and Bister, Miss
Blaine, spent the day in the metrop
olis calling on friends.
Miss Emma Meyer, the Main
street milliner, was a passenger to
Omaha yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Pinto of Omaha was the guest
t J. W. Rodafer at the Masonic
borne for a few hours yesterday. : ,
William Allbee departed for Lin
coln this morning, having spent Sun
day with his family In this city. '
Tom Sldlltz returned to his home
In Havelock yesterday after spending
Sunday with relatives in Plattsmouth.
F. 0. Dawson was an over-Sunday
visitor In the city with his parents,
returning to the university this
W. A. Robertson returned from
Omaha this morning, where he had
been over Sunday the guest of
France Hallance and Ed. Schuloff
returned to Glen wood this morning,
having spent Sunday with relatives In
Miss Nettle Smith was an Omaha
passenger this morning, where she
looked after business matters be
Miss Josephine Nystrom, who was
an over-Sunday guest of Miss Anna
Johnson, returned to her home In
Omaha this morning.
G. 11. Warring of tho Omaha Light
and Power company was in the city
Saturday evening and attended the
Bpeelal meeting of the council.
Frank Johnson went to Pnclllc
Junction yesterday afternoon and
met his wife, who was returning from
a visit with her sister at St. Louis.
Miss Edith Martin, who was an
over Sunday guest of her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Martin, returned
to her school work in Omaha1 last
Mrs. George Mlchelson, who has
been a guest of her slBter, Mrs. Mike
Luti, for a few days, returned to her
home at DeSoto yesterday. Mrs.
Mlchelson's little nephew accom
panied her to his homo in Omaha.
In speaking of cases transferred
from the district court to the federal
court, the Lincoln Journal Bays: "The
other case was transferred from the
Cass county district court. Jesse F,
Blunt, a Burlington fireman, brought
suit for J1G.000 because of injuries
received while at work for the com
pany on a switch engine at McCook.
He alleges his injuries are perma
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Miss Cora Walker spent the after
noon in Omaha.
Fred Ramge transacted business
in Omaha this afternoon.
Mrs. C. Johnson was a passenger
to the metropolis this morning.
M. E. Tyler of Havelock spent Sun
day in this city the guests of friends.
Miss Emma Ault was a passenger
on the morning train for the metro
W. H. Harryman of Ottumwa, la.,
was in the city today calling on S.
Mrs. J. E. Wales and Mrs. Ward
Clark were passengers for Omaha on
the morning train today.
Ed. Frlcke returned to the state
university yesterday, having visited
the home folks for a few days.
Miss Blanch Murray visited her
parents and friends over Sunday, re
turning to Omaha last evening.
Miss Josephine Clifford of Omaha
spent Sunday with her relatives in
this city, returning this morning.
Earl Hassler returned to Omaha
yesterday afternoon, having spent
Sunday with his parents in this city,
George Weldman of Havelock
pent Sunday with friends in this city,
returning to his work this morning.
David White was down from the
state university to spend Sunday
with the home folks, returning to
Lincoln this morning.
Charles Chamberlain, the Ralston
shoe man, was In the city today call
ing on Joe Fetzer at his shoe em
Mrs. R. Spahna and daughter
Katie, accompanied by Mrs. Slddles,
spent the day with friends In the
F. C. Hall and George Dullard
went to Havelock to do some work
for the Plattsmouth Telephone com
Miss Ella Anderson departed for
Lincoln on the early train today,
where she will vIbU friends for
Judge Beeson Issued a marriage
license today to Otto L. Flelschman
and Miss Martha M. Oehlerklng, both
W. II. Bunch and wife and child
visited Mrs. Bunch's parents, Homer
McKay over Sunday, returning to
Mrs. John Lutz accompanied by
her guest, Miss Katie Melslnger of
IVkln, 111., visited Mrs. Lutz's niece
in Omaha today.
Mrs. F. G. Egenberger and Mrs.
A. II. Weckbach called on Omaha
friends today, going on the early
train this morning.
Livingston Rlchey came down
from Lincoln Saturday evening to
spend Sunday with his parents, re
turning this morning.
Frank Shumaker and wife depart
ed for Ft. Calhoun this afternoon.
having visited for a time with John
Iverson and family of this city.
Mrs. Levi Benedict of Afton, la.,
who has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Miles Allen for a short time
returned to her home this morning,
Miss Blanche Robertson, who Is
teaching in the South Omaha schools
returned to her school last evening,
after a visit with the home folks over
A card reeclved by friends In the
city from Miss Maybelle Burch states
that she is well and has been holding
down a claim for the past four
months In South Dakota, near Mo-
J. C. Peterson, Jr., accompanied by
his friend, Dick O'Kane.'came down
from Havelock Sunday evening to
spend the day with his parents, Mr
and Mrs. J. C. Peterson, returning
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Charles Bell and wife spent the
afternoon in Omaha.
C F. Wheeler and wife were pas
sengers to the metropolis this after
G. II. Bergren of Omaha departed
for bis home this afternoon after
(siting bis parents for a time.
A. J. Hlner and wife, from Cotton
wood Falls, Kas., arrived this morn
ing to visit their cousin, Jesse Hlner
Abe Babetz will be one of the at
tractions at the Parmele tonight, and
will play the violin presented to him
by the ccar.
Grovenor Dovey returned to bis
studies at the university yesterday
after a short visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Dovey.
Mrs. Dr. Campbell, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J,.W.
Larkln, for a time returned to her
home In Chamberlain, S. D., this aft
ernoon. Mrs. Emma McVeigh and son Don
f Centralla, Mo., who have been the
guests of W. P. Cook and family for
a time, departed for their homes this
John Chapman, who was operated
on for appendicitis some time ago, is
reported on the mend. The packing
was removed from the wound today
and John Is feeling fine.
W. II. Miller and wife of San Ber
nardino, Cal., who have been the
guests of T. M. Patterson and wife
and other Plattsmouth friends for a
few days, departed for their borne
Mrs. P. II. Orken, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. Fan
ger, for a few days, returned to her
home in Omaha this afternoon. Mrs.
Orken was accompanied by little
Misses Tena Zucker and Rosella
II. E. Weldman and wife departed
for Omaha this morning, where they
will make their future home. Henry
has purchased a confectionary bus!
ness on North Twenty-fourth street,
which he will take possession of to
day. We certainly wish Mr. Weld
man success in his new field.
John Scbaefer and wife and his
mother, Mrs. Margaret Schaefer, who
have been entertaining Mrs. Lizzie
Weyrich of McClaln, Neb., accom
panled their guest to Omaha, where
they spent the day, going on the early
train this morning.
A Lincoln man sent a shirt to the
laundry and by mistake a woman's
nightie was returned to him. He
looked her up, mingled his blushes
with her's while exchanging the goods
and later married her. How's that
for a romantic shirt tale In society
John St. Clair and wife of Los An
geles, Cal., who have been the guests
of J. M. Roberts and family for a few
days, departed for their home this
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair are
Just returning from a trip to Europe,
having visited in Scotland as well as
on the continent. Mrs. St. Claiif is
a sister of. Mr. Roberts.
The wholesome, harmless green
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healing mountalnlous shrub, give to
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A. Walker of Atlantic, la., arrived
In tho city today with a lot of new
views and scenery for his moving pic
ture show, which he will start right
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Gomnor Shillsnfcrier cl Kb-
traska Issues State:.!
WOULD BAR POLITICS ON EEKCH
Declares Mor Care la Needed In Se
lecting Judgea for Lower Courts and
Makea Plea for State Tribunal.
Says Decision Wat Not Wholly a
Surprise Would Have Welcomed
Appeal Direct to the Supreme Court.
Lincoln, Neb., Oct. 19. Full of bit
terness at the federal court for hav
ing declared invalid the Nebraska
bank deposit guaranty law, Governor
Ashton C. Shallenberger, in a state
ment, calls the attention of the public
to what he says is need' for more care
in the selection of judges for the lower
courts, lie also points out that con
gress must amend the laws so that en
actments resulting from the legislation
of a state shall not be carried at onco
from the control of the state courts
and lodged In the federal coutrs.
Governor Shallenberger says the
highest court of the land has the con
fidence of the people, while often in
ferior courts are presided over by
men who have been rewarded for po
litical activity. He charges that in
the present Instance the lower court
has usurped the prerogative of the
supreme court and has passed' on a
case similar to the one now before
the supreme court, which, had the low
er court waited, would have settled
once for all the points in dispute.
Not Surprised at Decision.
"The decision is not wholly a sur
prise," says the governor. "It Is exact
ly what those who, for partisan or
selfish reasons, are opposed to any ef
fective guaranty of deposits law de
sired. It goes to the heart of the ques
tion and denies the right of the state
to require banks which exist by vir
tue of their charters to pay a certain
tax to create a guaranty fund, or to
prescribe a form and' manner undur
which banking business shall be con
ducted. "One result of the nullification of
the legislation by the courts will be
to intensify the desire and determina
tion that our state supreme court shall
not be longer constituted wholly of
members of one political party. It
might be noted In passing that a dis
tinguished Democrat of this state, who
was made a federal Judge by a rever
ed' Republican president, was not
called Into judgment upon this case
It is idle to mince matters in the face
of the situation. The people have got
to pay more attention to the character
and quality of their Judges.
"The power of the courts Is supreme
under the present construction nnd
interpretation of representative rov
eminent in this country. It matters
little If people control the legislative
and executive branches if olher inter
ests dominate the courts.
"It, therefore, stands the people well
In hand to look carefully to the char
acter and ability of the judges In
whose selection they are yet allowed a
Use and Ornament.
Mr. Newrlch. the multimillionaire,
was furnishing the library of his mag
nificent mansion. "Let me see," he
mused. "You've got the order for that
$3,000 edition de luxe of Dickens
bound In levant?"
"Yes. sir." replied the bookseller.
"And the $10,000 set of Sbnke
spenrc?" "Yes. sir."
"And the standard authors bound In
calf Thackeray. Scott. Washington
Irving. Cooper and all them there
"Yes. sir; I hove a memorandum of
the entire list."
"Well. then, that's off my mind."
said Mr. Newrlch of rittsburg. with a
sigh of relief. "Now. what I want is
something to rend. Pay. have you got
a complete set of 'Old Sleuth?' "-New
Grain Growers Interested.
Hastings, Neb., Oct. 19. President
Nelson of the grain growers' depart
ment of the American Society of
Equity, who recently Issued a call for
a national conferenco of grain grow
ers In Indianapolis on Nov. 15, said
that letters he has received from
many points In the western states in
dicate that the attendance will be
large. The proposition to enlist farm
ers and cooperative elevators In a
concerted movement has attracted
much attention In the local unions,
and definite proposals to bring the in
stitutions together are expected to be
advanced at the national conference.
Faker Works Webster City..
Webster City, la., Oct. 19. A goodly
number of Webster City merchants
have Just awakened to tho fact that
they huve been victimized. They
bought advertising spnee of a stranger
at from $10 to fl5 per space in a
booklet Most of them paid In ad
vance. The st rancor Is now gone and
the Gorman Lutheran church, under
whoso auspices tho straiiRor claimed
to ho getting out the bonk and whose
good standing lie used In soliciting
the ada, hits repudiated nny connec
tion with tho Hohoino. And tlio book
lot, of course, has not yet materialized.
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J. C. ATM Cowvairr. Lowell. Maaa.
Perhaps the non-partisan Judiciary
is not a good thing. Perhaps it is
bad in principle and practice. But it
cannot be any worse than the pres
ent Republican supreme Judiciary in
Nebraska. It is a matter of general
knowledge that Judge Barnes went
before the Nebraska state Republican
central committee and asked the
members cf that body what should
be done with the non-partisan ju
diciary law enacted by the late legis
lature. And when that body told
him to kill it, that is exactly what
he did. Talk about equality before
the law, justice being blind, etc.
There is too much politics in our
courts and there is entirely too much
power invested in any one political
party when it controls the entire ma
chinery of our courts. The same
thing happened when a friendly fed
eral judge was imported to kill the
bank guaranty law. There is too
much politics In the move and too
little Justice. The Times believes
that a judiciary where the members
may be of several political beliefs
would be a good thing and would
work in the interests of impartial and
fair decisions. Vote for Judges Sul
livan, Good and Dean and then we
will have three Democrats and four
Republicans on the bench. That will
do away In a large measure with the
present political decisions. Papillion
THE CURE AT THE POLLS.
The Tribune Is a Republican news-
paper published at Columbus, in this
state. In this week's ,,lssue it ex
presses freely its poinion concerning
the reactionary stand taken by.Presl
dent Taft, Senator Burkett and the
Omaha Bee, and declares boldly that
it will not allow itself to be led, even
by the president himself, into the
camp of Aldrich and Cannon.
The World-Herald believes that its
outspoken Columbus contemporary
speaks not only for Itself but for
thousands of Nebraskans who have
been life-long members of the Re
publican party. Their patriotism 13
greater than their partisanship. Much
as they love their party, proud as
they are of its history, they will not
consent to follow it when it becomes
the confessed tool of plutocracy.
We print today what the Columbus
Tribune has to say on this great
question, and commend it to the at
tentlon of our readers.
ai ine same ume we wouia re
mind the Tribune and those Repub
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licans who feel as the Tribune does,
that the best way to keep their
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party in the path of rectitude mi
honor is to rebuke it when it departs
therefrom. If they vote as cheerful
ly and as numerously for Aldrich and
Cannon bosslsm and for Aldrich aatd
Cannon candidates, and for an Aid
rich and Cannon platform, as for a
free party and progressive candidates
on an honest and progressive plat
form, what inducement is there for
their party to stand for the people.
Every Republican vote cast this
ran tor uemocratic candidates is a
vote for a progressive Republiean
party. Every progressive Republican
vote cast for standpat candidates le a
vote for a reactionary Republican
party. Omaha World-Herald.
XOX-PARTISAN JUDGES. !
As disclosed in the sketches of
their careers published in the World-
Herald Sunday, Judges Sullivan,
Good and Dean, candidates for bu
preme judge on a non-partisan plat
form, have records that justify their
present stand as friends of a noa-
When the supreme court commis- -
sion was created. Judge Sullivan.
with Judge Holcomb, constituted a
majority of the court. Judge Norval
was the lone Republican member.
Judge Sullivan Joined Judge He-I-comb,
however, in inviting Judge
Norval to name four Republican
members of the commission, tbey
naming five Democrats and Poau
llsts. This was practical evidence of '
devotion to the principle Judge Sultt
van is now espousing. Judge Sulli
van has had non-partisan recognition ,
of his faithfulness and ability, more
over, in being chosen by Attorney
General Thompson to prosecute the
case to establish the validity of the
anti-pass law, and in his appointment
by the supreme court as referee 1
the express rate cases. In all of theee
proceedings his services were of im-
mense and lasting benefit to the peo
ple of Nebraska.
Judge Good was one of the pio
neers of the movement to take the
courts out of politics. He presided
over a Democratic convention whieh
nominated Judge Sedgwick, a Repub
lican, for district judge, and later
supported Judge Sedgwick against a
fusion candidate for the same office.
He has been three times himself
elected district judge in a heavily
Republican district, showing that he
has been trusted as a Judge and hon
ored as a man, rather than elected as
a partisan. He was one of the first,
if not the first, public men of dis
tinction to refuse to ride on railroad
passes in Nebraska.
Mrs. John Crabill was a visitor la
Omaha this forenoon.
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